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UFC Fight for the Troops: Kennedy vs. Natal kicks off with the early prelims at 3:15/12:15p ET/PT, streaming right here on FOXSports.com.
Once the early prelim fights wrap up, be sure to tune in to FOX Sports 1 at 5/2p ET/PT to watch the rest of the action unfold.
Full fight card below:
MAIN CARD (FOX Sports 1, 7 p.m. ET)
Tim Kennedy vs. Rafael Natal
Liz Carmouche vs. Alexis Davis
Ronny Markes vs. Yoel Romero
Rustam Khabilov vs. Jorge Masvidal
Michael Chiesa vs. Colton Smith
PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1, 5 p.m. ET)
Bobby Green vs. James Krause
Francisco Rivera vs. George Roop
Dennis Bermudez vs. Steven Siler
Amanda Nunes vs. Germaine de Randamie
PRELIMINARY CARD (FOXSports.com, 3:15 p.m. ET)
Chris Camozzi vs. Lorenz Larkin
Yves Edwards vs. Yancy Medeiros
Seth Baczynski vs. Neil Magny
Derek Brunson vs. Brian Houston
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Surrounded by a backdrop of black hawk helicopters, army trucks and soldiers, the UFC warriors went to battle this Saturday night at “UFC Fight For The Troops 3” from the unusual setting of the Fort Campbell Army base in Kentucky.
In the main event, former special forces member Tim Kennedy took on Brazilian up-and-comer Rafael Natal in the middleweight division. Natal was brought...
You can’t really have a better fairy tale than Tim Kennedy coming to Kentucky to fight in front of his brothers in arms, then win via knockout for the first time since 2007. The ridiculous scenarios this guy was put in, being healthy for years yet getting only two fights in 19 months in Strikeforce, multiple lost title shots, a lack of money, his family suffering as he pursues...
UFC Fight Night 31 took place last night at the base in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The main event featured Tim Kennedy defeating Rafael Natal in the co-main event and in the co-feature, Alexis Davis defeated Liz Carmouche.
In the videos above are highlights of Kennedy and Natal, Davis and Carmouche, Rustam Khabilov and Jorge Masvidal and Yoel Romero and Ronny Markes.
The moment Tim Kennedy caught word about a UFC Fight for the Troops card happening in 2013 he began his campaign to end up as part of the show.
A decorated Army Ranger, Kennedy actually attended one of the previous UFC Fight for the Troops show as a soldier, but now his dream was to fight in front of his fellow enlisted men and women and put on a show for them as a fighter inside...
UFC middleweight Tim Kennedy will not be fighting Spanish Tennis sensation Rafael Nadal tonight. Ranger Up got footage of the very moment the U.S. Army Staff Sergeant was informed of the bad news in video form. Check it out below.
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Tim Kennedy does fight Brazil's Rafael Natal tonight in the main event of UFC Fight...
In an emphatic conclusion to a spectacular night of fights, Tim Kennedy gave the men and women of the US Armed Forces a satisfying ending to the night of fights as he dismantled Brazil’s Rafael Natal in the opening round of their main event encounter. The emotional Tim Kennedy didn’t allow Natal any opportunities and viciously knocked him out to advance his record to 2-0 in the...
This is a really good fight card to have fall into our laps in the middle of the week.
People are going to pretend its not because they're conditioned to complain about mid-week events and anything that isn't a stacked pay-per-view these days, but up and down the line-up, Wednesday's third UFC Fight for the Troops event at Fort Campbell in Kentucky is a quality collection...
Tim Kennedy made Wednesday night about his performance in front of the troops at Fort Campbell, Kentucky and said after his first round knockout victory over Rafael Natal that he wasn't in the business of calling anybody out after the win.
He did promise, however, that his next call out would come via Twitter or Facebook -- the exact same way he called out Natal to help their...
Highlights: Kennedy/Natal Highlights of Tim Kennedy’s first-round TKO of Rafael Natal.
UFC Fight For The Troops 3 goes down this coming week on November 6th at Fort Campbell in Fort Campbell, Kentucky featuring a main event of Tim Kennedy taking on Rafael Natal in the middleweight division and a co-main event that will see Liz Carmouche take on Alexis Davis in the woman’s bantamweight division.Here are our MMAInsider.net staff picks. Feel free to share...
After a night of freebie MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Tim Kennedy (pictured), Mike Chiesa, Rustam Khabilov and Jorge Masvidal each an additional $50,000 for their special performances Saturday night at “UFC Fight for the Troops: Kennedy vs. Natal.”
Chiesa slapped on a rear-naked choke on fellow “The Ultimate Fighter” winner Colton Smith in the second round...
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Oh what a treat we have today, courtesy of the fine folks at the UFC and Fox Sports 1. Not only do we get to watch a packed card of free fights that has the potential to be very, very good, but we also get to start watching it in the middle of the afternoon on a Wednesday. It’s almost like the UFC wants us all to lose our jobs and regress into a futuristic dystopian...
Now that “UFC Fight for the Troops: Kennedy vs. Natal” is officially in the books, make sure to stream tonight’s post-fight press conference live right here on 5thRound.com.
The presser is scheduled to start at approximately 10:30PM ET/7:30PM PT.
In addition to UFC president Dana White (pictured), Tim Kennedy, Rafael Natal, Alexis Davis, Liz Carmouche and the card’s other...
After his admitted greatest moment of his career, UFC middleweight and former Special Forces sniper Tim Kennedy talked to FOX Sports' Ariel Helwani about his Knockout of the Night win over Rafael Natal in the main event of Fight for the Troops.
"I can hit hard," tells Kennedy. "I wanted to surprise with explosiveness. I waited until the end of the round, I tried...
You can check out the UFC Fight For The Troops 3 post-fight press conference in the video below following the end of the event, with things expected to kick off around 3PM ET featuring the likes of Tim Kennedy, Rafael Natal, Alexis Davis (pictured), Yoel Romero and Michael Chiesa.